The Carriage Ride, Circa 1890 painting of a leisurely cat wearing upper class attire, animal  portrait, painting about wealthy upper class, painting set in 19th Century, steampunk industry, juxtapose art, art with cat kitty kitten, art with hat and feather, soulful uplifting inspirational art, soul stirring illusion art, romantic art,  surrealism, surreal art, dreamlike imagery, fanciful art, fantasy art, dreamscape visual, metaphysical art, spiritual painting, metaphysical painting, spiritual art, whimsical art, whimsy art, dream art, fantastic realism art, limited edition giclee, signed art print, fine art reproduction, original magic realism oil painting by Paul Bond

I was recently viewing paintings of upper class life in the late twentieth century, and the correlation with the imagery and my cat’s entitlement attitude became clearly evident. Perhaps this is why those of us who have cats love them so. This is no knock on their lack of physical effort beyond the pure necessities. It is very enviable. In fact, if there was an optional carriage service to move her from nap spot to the meal service site, I’m sure she would take it.

The Carriage Ride, Circa 1890

15 x 12 - Oil On Panel - Sold, Private Collection